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June Fukumura
March 3, 2020

June Fukumura is a Japanese-Canadian, multi-disciplinary theatre artist with a BFA in Theatre Performance and a Certificate in Sustainable Community Development from Simon Fraser University. Her work takes place on the unceded territories of the Coast Salish Peoples, including the territories of the xʷməθkwəyəm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səlílwəta?/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. June is the Co-Artistic Director of Popcorn Galaxies, an experimental theatre company interested in re-enchanting the everyday through unconventional site-responsive works. Popcorn Galaxies has been...

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Jesse Byiers
March 3, 2020

Jesse Byiers is a Toronto-based theatre-maker, puppet-maker, and puppeteer. They studied Theatre and Performance at Red Deer College (2011), and are a graduate of the Humber Theatre Arts Performance Program (2015). They are a core member of Toronto's [elephants] collective, with whom they have helped to create A Wake For Lost Time (SummerWorks - Toronto, Live In Festival - Halifax, Katzman Contemporary - Toronto) and Kitchen Sink Drama (Rhubarb Festival). Works in progress include: punk rock-music-roadtrip-play Shitty Songs for Shitty Kids with Thomas McKechnie, and puppet performance An...

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Carmel Amit
March 3, 2020

Carmel Amit is an Israeli/Canadian actress, teacher and director based in Vancouver. She works both in film & TV as well as theatre. Recent credits include, Deep Into Darkness produced by Third Wheel Productions and performed at The Cultch. She currently has recurring roles on Snowpiercer (TNT) and Virgin River (Netflix). Carmel teaches voice and movement for the actor at Vancouver Acting School. She is passionate about Grotowski physical theatre training and Somatic Movement practices. Most recently Carmel has been directing and collaborating on original theatre pieces. She is honored to...

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Veronique West
December 3, 2019

Veronique is a performance creator, dramaturg, educator, and administrator of Polish descent, based on unceded Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh territories.  Her work, informed by her lived experience, focuses on the intersections of art, mental health, and social justice.  Her projects have included plays, immersive installations, dance-theatre hybrids, a song cycle, and a participatory community event.  She has worked with Gallery Gachet, Playwrights Theatre Centre, the Downtown Eastside Neighbourhood House, Theatre Conspiracy, Neworld Theatre, Boca del Lupo, the Arts Club Theatre Company...

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Keltie Forsyth
November 27, 2019

Keltie is thrilled to be working with Little Thief Theatre and returning to Pi, where she was Associate Artistic Director for the 2016/17 season.  She holds an MFA in Theatre Directing from UBC, where she received the Sydney Risk Award for Excellence in Directing.  She is a graduate of the University of Alberta Department of Drama and participant in the Robbin's Academy Professional Theatre Program.  Recent directing credits include: Superior Donuts, In the Next Room or the vibrator play (Ensemble Theatre), The Audition, a site specific opera (HealthPitch), She Kills Monsters, Eurydice, The Dumb...

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Grace Le
November 27, 2019

Grace Le is a second-generation Asian-Canadian actor and theatre artist, born and raised in Vancouver, BC.  She is driven by curiosity, honesty and justice in her both her work and life.  She has recently worked with Rumble Theatre, Theatre Skam, and The Belfry Theatre.  Her favourite credits include: Lily in 'Seflie', as part of Rumble Theatre's 2018 Tremors Festival and Wren in Unladylike Company's debut show, 'The Organization'.  Grace is a graduate of the Arts Club Actor's Intensive and holds a BFA from UVIC Theatre.



Grace Le is the nurse / stage manager for In Response to Alabama.  In Response...

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